This Week (6) in Tradition 1, 2011 WEEK 6 POLLS 1- TENNESSEE (5-0)- Tennessee remains the #1 team in the nation 2- GEORGIA TECH (5-0)- GT now holds the #2 spot 3- MIAMI (3-1)- Miami's early loss doesn't hurt them as they are right in title chase 4- FLORIDA (4-1)- Two straight impressive wins have Florida right in hunt 5- TEXAS (4-1)- 6- CLEMSON (4-0)- Clemson is trying to get their play perfect for string of tough games 7- ALABAMA (3-1)- Drops to #7 after loss to Florida 8- AUBURN (4-1)- Quietly trying to get back towards top jumping 2 spots 9- FLORIDA STATE (4-1)- Cracks top 10 10- OKLAHOMA (2-1) 11- GEORGIA (3-1)- Moves up two spots 12- USC (3-1) 13- CINCINNATI (4-0) 14- PENN STATE (2-1) 15- TEXAS A&M (3-1) 16- OHIO STATE (1-2) 17- LSU (4-0)- Moves up 1 spot 18- INDIANA (3-0) 19- VIRGINIA TECH (4-1)- Stays at 19 after meteoric rise for Indiana 20- USF (3-0) 21- OKLAHOMA STATE (3-0) 22- COLORADO (4-0) 23- IOWA (2-2) 24- PURDUE (4-0) 25- NOTRE DAME (2-2) NR- NORTH CAROLINA (2-3)- Only unranked user team, drops out top 25 after loss to GT DROPPED OUT- NORTH CAROLINA, ILLINOIS BIG GAMES THIS WEEK #4 FLORIDA (4-1) @ #17 LSU (4-0) Florida is coming into this game riding high. They have beaten two top teams in Alabama and Auburn and now face LSU. What's been key here is the Florida offense has awoken from it's slumber. Their run game has been excellent with Jeff Demps being the key man in the rushing attack. Last week against Alabama, Brantley had his best game as a collegiate QB, going for 311 yards and only completing 13 of 16 passes, while throwing 3TD's. LSU on the other hand has the home field advantage and they'll need to have those rowdy fans help LSU. LSU hasn't had a tough test yet this year scoring easily and blowing out their opponents. With a hot Florida team coming into the Bayou this week, can LSU slow down the hottest team in the nation? OTHER USER GAMES MISSISSIPPI STATE (2-4) @ #11 GEORGIA (4-1)- Georgia wins easily over MISSST #8 AUBURN HAS A BYE DUKE (0-3) @ #3 MIAMI (3-1)- Miami has an easy game vs. Duke this week #9 FLORIDA STATE (4-1) @ WAKE FOREST (3-2)- FSU takes their highly talented offense to Wake #1 TENNESSEE (5-0) @ ARKANSAS (1-3)- The #1 team in the land goes to Arkansas for a battle with the Razorbacks CALIFORNIA (0-4) @ #7 ALABAMA (4-1)- Bama barely survives against an 0-4 Cal team #2 GEORGIA TECH (5-0) HAS A BYE #19 VIRGINIA TECH (4-1) HAS A BYE MARYLAND (2-3) @ NORTH CAROLINA (2-3)- UNC looks to rebound against the Terps NC STATE (2-2) @ #6 CLEMSON (4-0)- Clemson has to watch for a Wolfpack team that took down UNC earlier this year HEISMAN WATCH ^ 1- SO-TE Logan Thomas (VT)- 40rec, 637yds, 12TD's ---Thomas is easily the best TE in the nation already with his size (6'6") and speed (88). He's already a 1st round pick if he came out this year. Right now he's ready to shatter VT records in receptions, and TD's. He has already tied his 2010 TD total with 12 and looks to at least double that. V 2- SR-RB Jermaine Thomas (FSU)- 131 car, 712yds, 12TD's, 15rec, 296yds, 2TD's ---Thomas gets the ball a ton in the FSU offense. He had 5 total TD's against Duke and had over 250 yards combined receiving and rushing. ^ 3- SO-RB Bryce Brown (TENN)- 96car, 662yds, 10TD's, 12rec, 110yds, 2TD's ---Brown went nuts against TAMU and rushed for almost 50% of his total yards against them. Tennessee needed all 300 yards and 4TD's from Brown as they edged out a win over TAMU. V 4- SR-RB Marcus Wright (GT)- 72car, 591yds, 8TD's, 14rec, 190yds, 3TD's ---Wright dropped to #4 in the heisman race but he was steady only rushing the ball 8 times on the game for 90 yards but hitting the endzone two times against UNC. V 5- SR-WR Julio Jones (BAMA)- 25rec, 521yds, 7TD's ---Jones drops to #5 in the race after a solid 6rec, 93yd, TD effort against the Gators in a loss.